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Tapestry of the Boar

by Nigel Tranter

During the reign of Malcolm IV, King of the Scots, Hugh de Swinton and his fellow mosstroopers helped keep the rampaging Galloway rebels at bay. But it was for his expertise in the killing of wild boars, as...


Poetic Justice

by Nigel Tranter

Laird of a small estate, Will Alexander of Menstrie, poet and tutor, was a man of modest ambitions. But when James VI learned of his poetic genius, the king had other plans for him. In 1603, when James VI of...


Flowers of Chivalry

by Nigel Tranger

Once again Scotland was fighting for her survival as a free and independent nation. Robert the Bruce's legacy, three years after his death in 1329, is in danger. With a five-year-old heir guarded by an ageing...


The Siege: Agent of Rome

by Nick Brown

270 AD

Rome has ruled Syria for over three centuries. But now the weakened empire faces a desperate threat: Queen Zenobia of Palmyra has turned her Roman-trained army against her former masters and the once invincible...


The Blood of Alexandria

by Richard Blake

The third book in Richard Blake's brilliant series featuring Aelric, the six-century English adventurer, combines an expert's knowledge of the Roman world with intrigue, sex, black comedy and extreme violence....


The Song of Silver Frond

by Catherine Lim

'It was a special protection from the gods that Silver Frond's beauty manifested itself only after the barbarians had left? A beautiful child-woman, in that intriguing in-between stage when people could not...


Poseidon's Spear

by Christian Cameron

Arimnestos of Plataea is a man who has seen and done things that most men only dream about. Sold into slavery as a boy, he fought his way to freedom - and then to everlasting fame at the Battle of Marathon where...


The Great Crown Jewels Robbery of 1303

by Paul Doherty

Medieval London comes to life in Paul Doherty?s gripping retelling of this early attempt to steal the Crown Jewels, the first great bank raid in history.


The House of Death (Alexander Mysteries 1)

by Paul Doherty

The first mystery in the magnificent Alexander the Great series, by master historian Paul Doherty. It is 334 BC and the young Alexander sits with his troops by the Hellespont, poised to attack the empire of...


A Murder in Thebes (Alexander the Great 2)

by Paul Doherty

Never try to fool Alexander the Great...or betray him. The Thebans tried, and he burned their great city to the ground. But he left the temple of Oedipus untouched, hoping to obtain the legendary crown inside....


The Dream Seekers

by Patricia Shaw

Father Beitz has a dream. From his home in 1870s Hamburg, he plans to pioneer an idyllic German community in faraway Australia, in a backwoods hamlet, barely settled, called Bundaberg. He soon finds other dreamers...


Cry of the Rain Bird

by Patricia Shaw

Englishman Corby Morgan and his young wife Jessie set sail for the golden shores of Trinity Bay, dreaming of an easy life in paradise. But Providence, the sugar plantation that is to be their home, promises...


The Feather and the Stone

by Patricia Shaw

Tragically orphaned at sea, cast adrift in an alien land, Sibell Delahunty applies for the post of secretary-companion to Charlotte Hamilton and undertakes the arduous journey to Black Wattle Station in the...


The Glittering Fields

by Patricia Shaw

Following the tragic death of their father, Clem Price and his sister Alice take over the running of Lancoorie sheep station in Western Australia. Despite his youth and inexperience, Clem is determined to see...


Dynasty 30: The Measure of Days: The Measure of Days

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

1916. England is at war, and the Morland family is in the thick of it, with two men already in France and three more soon to go. Tragedy strikes Morland Place when Jessie?s husband Ned is reported missing on...


Dynasty 29: The Burning Roses: The Burning Roses

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

In 1915 the first euphoria of the war has worn off, but the nation is more determined than ever to win. When Ned is sent to the Front ahead of his battalion, Jessie, already involved in various charity works,...


Dynasty 28: The White Road: The White Road

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

August 1914: the whole country is thrilled by the declaration of war. The British Expeditionary Force goes off to France to defend gallant little Belgium, and thousands more young men rush to volunteer, hoping...


Dynasty 27: The Restless Sea

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

England in 1912 still bears itself with Edwardian confidence, but strikes, protests and public violence reveal the fault lines as society evolves under the spur of new ideas and technology. Among the many branches...


Dynasty 20: The Winter Journey: The Winter Journey

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

In 1851 the fortunes of the Morland family are more buoyant than they have been for years. Morland Place is recovering under Benjamin's steady hands - happy at last with Sibella. Charlotte, now Duchess of Southport,...


Dynasty 19: The Hidden Shore

by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

1843: the early years of Queen Victoria's reign witness much high-level debate at the Palace of Westminster, but nothing can interfere with Society's enjoyment of the Season. When Charlotte Meldon's father dies,...